Club notes — Aug. 21

Altrusa of Clovis Altrusa International of Clovis held their annual picnic Aug. 13 at the home of President Kathy Travis. A pot luck meal was enjoyed by all. Altrusa members present were: Kathy Travis, Mary Weigl, Judith Glikas, Pat McCullough, Carolyn Muffley and Leslie McCloud. Excellent vocalist Joseph Haremann, from Cannon Air Force Base, provided […]

Club notes — May 15

Altrusa International Altrusa International of Clovis held their monthly evening meeting May 9. Hostesses Sylvia Bean, Glenda Hileman, and Narcy Tucker, prepared a wonderful meal. President Kathy Travis, Recording Secretary-Mary Weigl, and past Governor Nancy Taylor updated us on their recent trip to District 10 Conference in Montrose, Colo. Also in attendance were: Judith Glikas, […]

PJHS news — Aug. 31

Student council Council candidates presented their speeches to the student body on Friday, with elections held immediately following. Students vying for officer positions were McKenzie Bucksath, Ashlynn Idsinga, Serina Johnson, Alex Victor, Zak Bouldin, Travis Connell, Randy Lovato and Kobi Shillings. Election results will appear in next week’s school news. Volleyball Our seventh- and eighth-grade […]

KIngsville sweeps Hounds to take series

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Freedom New Mexico First baseman Travis Earles went 3-for-3 in each game, driving in five runs in the nightcap, and Texas A&M-Kingsville took a Lone Star Conference baseball doubleheader from Eastern New Mexico University 6-3 and 9-6 on Saturday at Greyhound Field. The sweep gave Kingsville (12-9, 8-8 LSC) three out of four in the […]

William Archibeque and Travis Reid win Championship Flight at Portales Tourney

Member/Guest Golf Tournament Portales Country Club June 6-8 Championship Flight1. Archibeque/Reid 191*2. Welch/Gutierrez 191*3. Sanchez/Hurley 1934. McDaniel/DeHay 1955. Foster/Felan 2006. Crane/Crane 2016. Hunton/McKnight 201 First Flight1. Smith/Lara 2012. Crowley/Crowley 2023. Smith/Thatcher 2044. Moore/Vaughan 208*5. Cordova/Fleetwood 2086. Scanlan/Gurley 2127. Howl/Hahn 2138. Rackler/Rackler 218 Second Flight1. Vardeman/Wornell 2042. Heflin/Eakins 212*3. Rowley/Rowley 212*4. Standerfer/Parkey 212*5. Smith/Victor 2135. Ingle/Kinyon […]

Friendly adventures should be treasured

By Karl Terry: PNT managing editor Scanning through the classified section the other day, a curious ad from an obviously down-on-his-luck dairyman caught my eye. The ad read: Will sell Jersey or Holstein dairy cows, one to 100 head. Contact Travis Gossett. Reason for sale, going fishing. OK, the ad was in the Jan. 9, […]

Son gives gift of life

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By Helena Rodriguez: PNT Staff Writer Travis Husted has given his father more than just a kidney for Christmas. His 60-year-old dad, Andy, a Methodist minister by trade, said his son has given him a new lease on life. “I feel much better now than I did before my surgery. I can go for walks […]

March 30 South County News

By Charlie Carmichael There was a little moisture in the south county area Saturday, but no snow accumulation and no muddy roads to hamper school bus routes for this week. Some of the irrigation farmers are preparing to sow oats around the fields so when they get young crops up there won’t be sand blowing […]

Nov. 25 Obituaries

Mary Gonzales, 90 Mary Gonzales, 90, of Portales, died Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004, at Roosevelt General Hospital in Portales. She was born on Dec. 8, 1913, in White Oaks, to Urbano and Rosita Carrillo. She was raised in Lincoln. On Oct. 20, 1930, she married J.L. Gonzales, in Hagerman. In 1953, she moved to a […]

Crash investigation still in early stages

By Tony Parra A week after a car accident killed two area teenagers, the others involved are trying to live on. State police officials said Aaron LaRue, 17, of Clovis and Dathan Garcia, 17, of Tucumcari were killed when the five teenagers drove through an open field at a high rate of speed, near Rogers, […]

Zias lose to Southwest 2-0

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By Dave Wagner Travis McCorkle’s first-year Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team hoped to pull off a big win Friday in its first home match. Defensively, they kept College of the Southwest in check — except for a couple of breakdowns. And that was just enough to do them in. CSW (10-6) broke through […]